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tv   KBS News  KTSF  May 30, 2014 7:30am-8:01am PDT

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we were told nothing could be done, to enjoy these final moments together. but in that moment, when all seemed lost... st. jude children's research hospital gave us hope. announcer: because at this moment, st. jude children's research hospital is saving lives with pioneering research and care. we're changing the way the world treats childhood cancer by sharing our discoveries with doctors and scientists everywhere. and we'll never have to pay st. jude for anything, ever. at this moment, she wants to be in her own bed.
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i want to be outside playing. announcer: please take a moment and join st. jude in finding cures and saving children. visit stjude.org. time to wake up. i've got a job to do today. i've got a job to do today. don't forget, you've got a job to do today!
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hey mom? i got the job. thanks. you got the job. welcome aboard. have a good first day at work, mom! narrator: your donations to goodwill fund job-training programs right in your community. feels good to start fresh, right? sure does. narrator: and like that, you're a job creator.
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they said i couldn't dream. called me a piece of trash and swore that's all i'd ever be.
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said a bottle couldn't see the ocean. "give up." "go back to the dumpster." but i didn't listen. i made my way. and now... i'm what i've always wanted to be. [waves crashing on beach] i'm only 17, but i know about investing. believe in something, buy shares in it, watch it grow. so...what if you could invest in the future? the future of kids? like a stock.
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not the kind of stock that's about making money. but a stock for social change. a whole new kind of investment called better futures. when you invest, it helps kids go to college. i could be one of the first college graduates from my family. the first philanthropist from my neighborhood. and if i'm the first, then maybe there's a second. and a third. believe in us, invest in us. watch us grow. my name is sydni and i'm your dividend.
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we sell a lot of girl scout cookies. we've been selling cookies since we were girl scout brownies. our team's goal is big. last year we helped rebuild people's houses after the storm. this year, we're going to washington, d.c., for the first time ever.
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we have to "activate our network" -- our family, our friends -- cultivate our best customers. we even set up this booth to find new ones. here we can answer questions. explain all the different cookies. they're all really delicious. look at the new box. it tells the story of what we do. i think i know that girl. i always make eye contact. i tell people where the money goes. of course we have team business cards. you should stop by our booth and say hi. maybe buy some cookies.
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we were told nothing could be done, to enjoy these final moments together. but in that moment, when all seemed lost... st. jude children's research hospital gave us hope. announcer: because at this moment, st. jude children's research hospital is saving lives with pioneering research and care. we're changing the way the world treats childhood cancer by sharing our discoveries with doctors and scientists everywhere. and we'll never have to pay st. jude for anything, ever. at this moment, she wants to be in her own bed.
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i want to be outside playing. announcer: please take a moment and join st. jude in finding cures and saving children. visit stjude.org. where teams compete to make the right decisions about safe food preparations. our challenge in this round -- read and follow package cooking instructions, and use a food thermometer. let's see how our teams are doing so far -- team 1? we just got 100 points. we separated our raw food from our cooked food. team 2? we got a 100-point green card for proper hand washing before our meal prep. referee: we've reached a critical safety point in the challenge. okay, team 1, let's check this out. uh-oh, not a safe internal temperature for those hamburgers. that puts everyone at high risk for food-borne illness. you get a red card -- undercooked. always read and follow the package cooking instructions and use a food thermometer. let's see how our winning team cooked it safe and avoided problems. well, i just kept focus on the four food safety steps --
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clean, separate, cook, and chill. and we followed the package cooking instructions and took the temperature. can you cook it safe? you have to have a goal. -a big goal. something you and your team... -want to do in the world. we choose... -where the money goes. a trip. -an adventure. helping people out. -helping a lot of people out. something never been... -done before. we have to decide. -make a plan. we all... -have to agree. it's not always easy. and about the money? -we are responsible for it. handling it... -managing it... tracking it... -doing great things with it. this is business. -girl business. girl business. -the biggest... girl-run business... -in the world. it's kind of amazing. girl scouts are everywhere. -over 2 million of us. my mom is one. -my little sister is one. my cousin michelle is one. -maybe you're one. girl scouts should totally run the world. -i think we already do.
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i'm not surprised. -are you surprised? we're not surprised. did you think this was just about cookies?
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there's no place like home. announcer: getting home safely is just a click away, and choosing the right seat for your little one's age and size will take you down the road to safer travels. scarecrow: how can i ever thank you enough? visit safercar.gov/therightseat ever wonder what makes us, the smurfs, so happy? the forest of course! this is where we, along with all the beautiful forest creatures, make our home. with beautiful plant life, clean water, and endless adventures. it's a place to celebrate! so discover the forest with your family today. visit discovertheforest.org to find a forest near you.
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i hope you find a home. i hope you find a home. hey, maybe you'll be picked next. maybe you'll be picked next. we've been caged together too long. we've been caged together too long. how come body ever picks me? maybe they're looking for somebody different. pick me! well, the shelter's closing up for another day. we didn't get picked. i know. tomorrow. guaranteed.
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a few years ago, i noticed i was feeling increasingly tired. my fatigue was so intense that i got to the point sometimes when i got home from work, i couldn't even remember the drive. the excessive tiredness and forgetfulness - not to mention my snoring that constantly woke up my husband - prompted me to get a sleep test. the results showed that i have sleep apnea. sleep apnea is a common disorder
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in fact, 50 to 60 percent of those who snore have it. many couples accept snoring as an inevitable part of nightly life. but sleep apnea is associated with serious health problems such as the risk of high blood pressure, heart attack, stroke and even heart failure. treatments for sleep apnea range from simple lifestyle changes to breathing machines to surgery. treating my sleep apnea has changed my life. armed with information, you too could be on your way to a restful night's sleep and a healthier life. [female narrator] learn more at wake up to sleep dot org or call 877-389-8868.
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i'm only 17, but i know about investing. believe in something, buy shares in it, watch it grow. so...what if you could invest in the future? the future of kids? like a stock. not the kind of stock that's about making money. but a stock for social change.
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a whole new kind of investment called better futures. when you invest, it helps kids go to college. i could be one of the first college graduates from my family. the first philanthropist from my neighborhood. and if i'm the first, then maybe there's a second. and a third. believe in us, invest in us. watch us grow. my name is sydni and i'm your dividend.
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